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Hotel Saint George

Sinio Liato Street Simeonovo District, Vitosha Nature Park, Sofia 1434 Bulgaria
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#15 of 147 B&Bs / Inns in Sofia
The newly renovated hotel "Saint George" is located on 1,2 km over one of the finest Sofia,s districts Simeonovo in nature park Vitosha. The journey to the city centre is about 20 minutes by car. The hotel has 10 standard double rooms, 2 economy double bedrooms, 5 suites and 1 deluxe suite with the total capacy of 50 beds. Each room has LED TV, Wi-fi internet, safe, hair-dryer, mini bar, carpended foor and its own bathroom. The suites also offer fireplace and a bathtube. The hotel guests can also enjoy the classic restaurant and the terace with mountain view. Free parking and Wi-Fi internes acess are provided in all areas.
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Free parking
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Non-smoking hotel
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English, Bulgarian
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markbrigh2n wrote a review Aug 2018
Worthing, United Kingdom33 contributions11 helpful votes
Now.... call me old fashioned but I do prefer my loo to be bolted to the floor! There is no doubt that this is a lovely hotel, set atop a picturesque wooded mountain, but lack of attentiveness and forethought do let it down. My partner and I stayed here for just a one night stopover on the way back to Sofia airport, with others of her family staying in a small suite next door to our double room. Good bits first, nice room, fair size flat TV (no English channels), comfortable bed, wet room with shower. We arrived with a requirement to print out our boarding passes (thanks to BA's very inconvenient restriction allowing printing of each separate flight within 24 hours of departure only). "Yes" we were told, "No problem", but it turned out to be a big problem and didn't happen.... so... no working printing facility for guests from our experience. Then to dinner.... which you would be inclined to eat at the hotel as otherwise you face a very narrow bendy steep road back to the villages on the outskirts of Sofia to find an alternative. Those of you who have been to Bulgaria before will already know that they have little or no concept of our rather regimented Starter... Main course... Dessert order, bringing all dishes ordered in utterly random order, but this Hotel managed to serve the first parts of the meal within ten minutes and one unfortunate member of our group had to wait 2 and a quarter hours for his main course.... despite my partner ordering exactly the same meal and she ate it over an hour before he even saw his plate! Another of us ordered a Red Bull, to be told it would be 30 minutes.... it arrived over an hour later! Breakfast the following morning was adequate (after a 15 minute wait to be noticed and our order taken), but accompanied only by either coffee (very small) or a herbal tea. "Juice?" we enquired... "No" was the reply. Note that the hotel does have a spa.... or will when it is finished. And my toilet really wasn't secured to the floor.... care required when sitting!
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Traveled with family
Foodie wrote a review Dec 2017
rhyl44 contributions16 helpful votes
Wow came here from the UK wanted a nice romantic week away 1st time to Bulgaria so was a bit apprehensive and gosh we certainly got that peace, tranquility, and a haven , what we desired what we got was fab lovely spotlessly clean family owned and run Bulgarian hotel they have a fantastic chef who will cater for your individual needs tasty fresh produce of traditional Bulgariaian culture fantastic rooms very spacious crisp fresh Cotten bedding, clean fresh pillows, safe in room free of charge tea coffee in room lots of channels on tv plus room service free we even had a wrap around balcony terrace to smoke they gave us a free upgrade the view truly was priceless you can see all of Sophia minus the smog noise and bedlam can’t wait to come back with my children Martin Grassi and Grandma are a inspiration to Bulgaria great country can’t wait to come back forget your Hiltons and chain hotels if you really want to enjoy and see the true hospitality and genuinity of Bulgaria then don’t miss this one
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Curtis B wrote a review Apr 2017
Riga, Latvia24 contributions6 helpful votes
Quiet little place locked away on between the trees on mount vitosha. We enjoyed our stay; bed was quality, the room had all of your typical necessities. Accessing the hotel is actually quite easy even though it is out of the way from downtown Sofia. For the price and the view we highly recommend this place. Make sure to do a little grocery shopping before you head up for your stay as the restaurant does become expensive after a few nights stay.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Vesselin R wrote a review Apr 2017
8 contributions
Nice family hotel at the end of the road. Beautiful view, fresh air and nice staff. The prices are normal and the rooms are cosy. The perfect place to start a small tour in Vitosha mountain. There are one cat and one dog that are very friendly and outgoing :)
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Date of stay: April 2017Trip type: Traveled on business
Anisaurusrex wrote a review Sep 2016
Hamburg, Germany9 contributions3 helpful votes
We enjoyed our stay very much in this hotel. The location is very quite and nice as the hotel is surrounded by nature. So it is a perfect starting point to a walking tour in Vitosha Mountains. The way to the hotel can be hard though if you don’t have a car since you have to follow a 2km road up the hill. We took a taxi and that was fine, as well. The room was nice and neat with a big beautiful terrace in front. But what pleased us the most during our stay was the hotel’s service. The staff was really friendly and helpful . Besides that the freshly made food from the kitchen was just awesome. The menu is not very diverse but the dishes were really good and had fair prices. Together with a glass of cold Bulgarian beer you can have a nice dinner and a perfect end of the day. All in all, I would definetely recommend this hotel for a stay in Vitosha Mountains!
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Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
US$25 - US$39 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Saint George
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Saint George?
Nearby attractions include Muzeiko (6.4 km), Vitosha Mountain (3.8 km), and Boyana Waterfall (6.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Saint George?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Saint George?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Saint George?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Saint George?
Conveniently located restaurants include Carnivale, Chef's, and Sage Bistro.
Does Hotel Saint George have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hotel Saint George offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Saint George?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Bulgarian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Saint George?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Boyana Church (6.5 km) and The Bells (Kambanite) (4.6 km).
Is Hotel Saint George accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.